The State government has decided to conduct the week-long state formation day celebrations in grand manner with loads of cultural activities. The Telangana government is preparing to celebrate the State Formation day which falls on June 2, in a grand manner and reflecting the culture of Telangana in the Formation Districts officials has prepared a detailed plan of programmes that were to be conducted between June 2 and June 7, as part of the Formation Day celebrations. Celebrations will start in all District headquarters with the hoisting of National flag at 9 am on June 2.
Parade Grounds in Secunderabad will be the venue for celebrations scheduled between 9.30 am and 11.30 am on the Formation Day in the state capital. TS official has made arrangements for conducting a march-past and demonstration of tableaux of various departments.
Raj Bhavan, Necklace Road, Hussain Sagar, Lumbini Park, Metrorail pillars, traffic signals and government office buildings will be brightly illuminated. The officials and collectors should display display of Formation Day logos in all shops and commercial establishments in the state. The Dsitrict collectors would install martyrs’ memorials in all districts. However, bursting of fire-crackers at People’s Plaza in Hyderabad will take place at 8 pm on June 2, and not at the midnight on June 1.
Telangana Sanskrutika Jaitrayatra
Artistes of Telangana Sanskrutika Sarathi will embark on a ‘Telangana Sanskrutika Jaitrayatra’ and will cover two districts per day. Officials will make appropriate arrangements for the same. The programme will start at Necklace Road on June 2. The Jaitrayathra rally will be held in Medak on June 3 between 9 am and 11 am and in Nizamabad from 5 pm on the same day. Districts of Adilabad and Karimnagar will be covered on June 4. The Jaitrayatra rally will then move to Warangal and Khammam on June 5, Nalgonda and Mahabubnagr on June 6. The Jaitrayatra rally will return to Tank Bund on June 7 with a huge participation of Anganwadi workers and women’s SHG groups. District collectors would distribute CDs of songs to all Gram panchayats.